Econo Lodge Wildwood Inn

3626 Main St. (SR 203), Mammoth Lakes, California, 93546, United States
Econo Lodge Wildwood Inn
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Travel Tips for Mammoth Lakes

Budweiser - King of all Beers?

by Jerelis

Let’s make no secret of it. We both like a nice cold glass of beer. Being abroad is always a challenge to find a beer we like, which reflects our taste of having a beer. In America it wasn’t really that hard to find the brand we liked, it was clearly Budweiser, popularly referred to as Bud.

Budweiser is a lager made with a proportion of rice as a substitute adjunct for barley malt. This immedaitely shows the problem for selling it in Europe as traditional brewers serve beer with only the four main ingredients (water, hops, wheat and barley). So Budweiser is not produced accoring to the German "Reinheitsgebot". But we found out that it didn’t taste distinctively different.

The Budweiser bottle is a rather familiar icon to most Americans. The bottle has remained relatively unchanged since its introduction in 1876. We liked it, but the fraze “King of all Beers” is a bid of an overstatement!

Mono Lake - A million years old!

by Jerelis

Mono Lake is almost a million years old and lies 2700 meters above sea level. Looking over Mono Lake offers a very impressive sight. Before the 2nd World War it must have been even more impressive, because at that time the lake used to be 7 times as large as it is today. The city of Los Angeles used the lake to provide the city of drinking water. You're now able to see a lot of bizar tuff which became visible when the water level dropped.

Because of less supply of glacier water the salt level is 7 times as high as the Dead Sea. You're able to see this history and it's future threats at the Mono Lake Visitors Center at Lee Vining.

Rest break

by goingsolo

Everybody needs beauty as well as bread, places to play in and pray in where nature may heal and cheer and give strength to the body and soul

John Muir

About an hour's hike from Ruby Lake, past a pretty trecherous section of rocks and up a slightly steep grade, we found a patch of grass nearby a lake of glacial runoff. It was the perfect spot for lunch. After lunch, the guys continued up a steep slope of rocks to the base of Mount Abbot, to scout the conditions for next month's excursion. I was tired from too little sleep and too much altitude and chose to stay behind. I found some shade beneath a large bolder and dozed off, lulled by the gentle sound of running water. We didn't see a single other person in this area.

I now understand why John Muir fell in love with the Sierras and spent so much time exploring and then seeking to conserve this great wilderness area that now bears his name. Serenity fails to describe the scene or the feeling of being their. Peace, calm and tranquility were found in this isolated area, merely miles away yet seemingly a great distance from the hectic and draining world we ironically refer to as civilization. Dwarfed by both mountains and the humbling power of nature, I slept and then rejuvenated. There could not have been a more perfect spot or a more perfect day.

Make dinner at home!

by bruingirl about Home cookin'!

Most of the condos that you can rent in Mammoth have a full kitchen and many places have BBQs....why not take advantage of it??? There's nothing better than grillin some corn on the cob and salmon, serving it all up with some garlic mashed potatoes. Of course, sausages are always a good way to start the evening.... :) It's a great way to save money for at least one evening! :) We usually end up spending about $20/person including all the booze! :)

Upper lakes of Mammoth Creek

by mtncorg

The lower lakes of Mammoth - George, Mary, Horseshoe, Twin , Mamie - are all very pretty and reachable by car. Here is where most of the fishing activity is taking place. But by leaving the car in the trailhead near Lake Mary, you can walk up along Mammoth Creek past another series of enchanting lakes, en route to Duck Pass. It is in these upper reaches that the stream that eventually will run through the geothermal valley and is transformed from Mammoth Creek into Hot Creek. But that is another page!


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 Econo Lodge Wildwood Inn

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Address: 3626 Main St. (SR 203), Mammoth Lakes, California, 93546, United States